Bus Amsterdam: Cheap coach tickets

All bus routes Bus from Amsterdam with Flixbus, Megabus, Ouibus
Interesting bus routes: price & duration
Bus FrankfurtAmsterdam
from 15.99 €
from 03h 52min
with FlixBus, RegioJet, Arda Tur, Distribusion,, Deutsche Bahn, Eurolines Germany, CroatiaBus/Globtour
Bus MunichAmsterdam
from 33.98 €
from 07h 20min
with FlixBus, BlaBlaBus,, Distribusion, Deutsche Bahn, Eurolines Germany, CroatiaBus/Globtour
Bus CologneAmsterdam
from 10.00 €
from 02h 33min
with RegioJet, BlaBlaCar,, Distribusion, Deutsche Bahn
Bus KrakówAmsterdam
from 37.90 €
from 14h 10min
with FlixBus, Voyager, Sindbad, BlaBlaCar, Deutsche Bahn, Eurolines Germany
Bus WrocławAmsterdam
from 31.39 €
from 10h 50min
with FlixBus, Voyager, Sindbad, BlaBlaCar, Deutsche Bahn, Eurolines Germany
*Prices include tax, may change at any time

Coach and Bus to Amsterdam

In the west part of the Netherlands, Amsterdam is a must visit. The Dam Square, Oude Kerk, StedelijkMuseum. Amsterdam Windmills and Begijnh of are just some of the attractions in this beautiful city. When you travel by bus to Amsterdam, you should ensure that you sample some of its most popular delicacies, especially fish products. They include but not limited to HollandseNieuwe, kroket, erwtensoep, bitterballen, Poffertjes and stroopwafel among others. From there, you can visit other Dutch cities by taking, for example, a bus from Amsterdam to Rotterdam.  You can also reach other European capitals that are only a few hours away : find, compare and take a bus to Brussels or a fast coach to Rome on our website.

When you want to travel by bus in Amsterdam, you can use suburban or regional buses as well as international coach services. The city bus network is run by GVB which is also responsible for the 4 metro routes and 16 tram routes. EBS and Connexxion are also responsible for operating some of the buses.

Bus Trips and Coach Travels to Amsterdam

You can enjoy cheap international coach to Amsterdam from various cities in Europe. One of the most interesting places to visit in Amsterdam is the Rembrandplein. There are cafes, pubs, restaurants, gay venues, the statue of Rembrand and hotels. There are also souvenir shops and diamond dealers.

The many attraction sites that Amsterdam has to offer, the atmosphere and the accommodation options are some of the reasons that many tourists end up taking a coach to Amsterdam. It is estimated that every year, there are about 4.63 international visitors to the Dutch city. There are also plenty of activities to engage in while in Amsterdam, and if you do not wish to stay in a hotel, you can opt for one of the 4 campsites in the city.

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